dr. Shalom z. hirschman

healthcare & biotechnology SPECIALIST

Dr. Shalom Z. Hirschman has had a long career as an academic physician, research scientist, educator, and, most recently, biotechnology entrepreneur and consultant. Dr. Hirschman served as intern and resident in medicine at The Massachusetts General Hospital of the Harvard Medical School from 1961-1963. He then spent the years of 1963-1969 conducting research in molecular biology at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md. He joined the world-renowned founding faculty of The Mount Sinai School of Medicine in 1968 where he was appointed as Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases and Professor of Medicine. In 1997, he joined Advanced Viral Research Corp. as its chief executive officer, president, and chief scientific officer. Dr. Hirschman was the founder of Xtramedics, the forerunner company of QuantRx, and currently serves as a member of the board. Dr. Hirschman is one of the three founders of Touro College and the Touro University System.